Anne Carlisle

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Anne Carlisle
Born 1956 (age 60–61)
United States
Occupation Actress, writer, artist
Spouse(s) Kenneth Master

Anne Carlisle (born 1956) is an American actress, performance artist, acting teacher, author, and model.[1]

She is known for co-writing and playing both the lead female and male counterpart roles in the film Liquid Sky.[2] She also played a minor role of "Victoria" in the 1985 Susan Seidelman film Desperately Seeking Susan, the transvestite "Gwendoline" in Crocodile Dundee[3] and starred in an episode of TV series Miami Vice. Carlisle also adapted and wrote a novel version of her cult, new wave film Liquid Sky.[4]

Carlisle posed for Playboy in 1984.[5]

Liquid Sky 2[edit]

In 2014 in an interview with The Awl it was confirmed by Liquid Sky director Slava Tsukerman, a sequel, Liquid Sky 2, was in the works.[6] Anne Carlisle would be returning in the sequel in the role of Margaret.[6]



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